Dear writer of the article on the truth about Pepe the frog and the Cult of Kek,
First of all, I’d like to compliment you on a brilliantly written article. It profoundly changed my insight into the magick of meme. Well memed, indeed.
As a guy with an amateurish interest in egyptology, I have noticed an incorrect interpretation regarding the “Prophecy of Kek” image. The text written under the frog statue says “Heqet”, not “Kek”. I would, however, argue that this makes even more sense regarding the prophecy and meme magick. I have explained why in the graphic attached to this message.
In addition, I have written and analysed the names “Pepe the frog” and “Donald Trump” in hieroglyphs. There are some interesting coincidences there as well. Feel free to use or modify the graphic in any way you want. I would be very grateful to be credited simply as “Kresimir”, but this is neither required nor necessary. Memeing is a reward in itself, assuming the memes are sufficiently dank.
Amateur Egyptologist Weighs In On The Frog Statue Hieroglyphs
And here is the graphic:
“In the ancient language of the Egypitans, a poetic way to say “frog” was “repeater of life…” Wow. Really crazy stuff. Kresimir deserves a huge Shadilay from us all for researching and compiling this new information.